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"Having a lot of money have respect for others is not easy."

Are my sentences correct, does it need any punctuation mark ? Please Explain me.

I am not a native speaker.

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No, the sentence is not correct. I, personally, can not comprehend what you are trying to say. The main issue is that there is no connecting word/phrase between "having a lot of money" and "have respect for others". There is no "subject" in the sentence, or at least not a clear one - what is not easy?

You can check this out, it may help out a bit.

  • I agree. I also don't know what you are trying to say. In most contexts, the subject cannot be omitted in English. – Colin Fine Feb 16 at 11:24
  • What alternatives can be used for what I want to say? – Kumar sadhu Feb 16 at 11:26
  • @Kumarsadhu can you explain what you are trying to say? Are you trying to say that having a lot of money AND having respect for each AT THE SAME TIME is not easy? – Aryaman Feb 16 at 11:28
  • Exactly, sir, I am trying to say the same. – Kumar sadhu Feb 16 at 11:30
  • I didn't get satisfactory answer. – Kumar sadhu Feb 17 at 8:52

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